I do hope you made backup of these before. That way you can always return to full details if you want to
PS dont you have “Mirror selection” extension. Its a huge time saver for me
Ps didnt you check lego website where you can download the manuals?
Is this the set number 75192 (MILLENNIUM FALCON™)
This is from the official site, i doubt its low res.
well zooming to 100% does indeed show pretty heavy artifacts. I guess you got the same one.
PS found this site, https://rebrickable.com/parts/40490/technic-beam-1-x-9-thick/71/
It show parts pretty high res. Perhaps it can help. But youve come a far way. Prbably already done by now
Not Lego one but this one you can purchase with subscription.
The wait is unbearable!
My son-in-law (who is a lego and star wars fanatic with perhaps more money than sense) has one of the real kit. It’s crazy large and complex. What an amazing task to model it!
Done! I finished this last week, but I just remembered that I should share images of the final model!
I need to do a little bit of clean up before I share on 3DWH, but I am done making bricks!
Congrats Aaron! A fun and epic project, beautifully completed.
With those impressive stats, what’s the final model size?
Oops! I knew I would miss something!
65.2 final file size!
You’ll need to put it on a diet to get in the warehouse.
Yeah… I realized that right after posting the file size… gonna have to find another way to share it!
671 different bricks! When I got my first Legos about the year 1960 there were perhaps about 15.
Looks freaking amazing!
Throw it into a Dropbox or into WeTransfer, would love to fiddle around with this thing in a renderer.
All I can say is, Wow!
Should arrange a Render This competition!
I like that idea!!
I am going to throw everything Ive got in work at it, have been waiting for months for this
Upload each individual component and let folks figure it out for themselves.